The modern old combine harvester, or simply combiners, is a versatile machine designed to efficiently harvest a variety of grain crops. The name derives from its combining three separate harvesting operations—reaping, threshing, and winnowing—into a single process.

A combine harvester is a very useful agricultural machine that can harvest, winnow, and thresh rice, corn, wheat, sunflower, pulses, and other crops right out in the field. Harvesting crops in this manner in one operational process can save time as well as human labor, and bring down work costs for farmers. In addition, these machines can increase agricultural output since the harvesting is carried out in a more efficient manner, and this, in turn, can make farming more profitable.

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Tracks Available For:

  • Claas
  • Kubota
  • Yanmar
  • Preet
  • Kartar
  • Worldstar
  • Agriunion
  • Cherry
  • Daedong

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Track Combine Harvesters

A larger surface means reduced soil stress, Rubber tracks offer a larger soil surface and, therefore, a lower soil stress than pneumatic tyres. Compaction of the topsoil layer is therefore reduced; this means that rubber tracks are more soil-friendly than pneumatic tyres.

The differences between rubber tracks and pneumatic tyres are also measurable through deeper soil analysis. It has been demonstrated that the soil is less compact at all depths after rubber tracks have been used, in comparison with pneumatic tyres.

Ace Ventura has strong technical force and perfect means of testing and also has the ability to custom tailor to meet the needs of different customers. With its quality service, and effective after-sales service system Ace Ventura Tyres & Tracks has emerged as a single window supplier for all type of rubber tracks.

These combine harvesters are fitted with tracks instead of wheel, and they are very efficient in areas where wheels are likely to get bogged down. They are commonly used for harvesting rice from wet lands.